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### Multiplying decimals

1. 1. Monday, August 29th<br /><ul><li>Happy Monday!
2. 2. Please write down the homework
3. 3. Please complete the Warm Up</li></ul>Warm UP<br />Write each decimal in standard form<br />1. 2 and 25 hundreths 2. five tenths<br />
4. 4. Corny Joke of the Day<br />Why did the forgetful student never make it through Medical school?<br /> Because he couldn’t remember the order of operations<br />
5. 5. Attention Attention!<br />Test #2<br />Thursday!!!!!!!!!!!<br />
6. 6. Candy Winners<br />Survivor<br />
7. 7. Quiz<br />Table of Contents<br />Date: 8/29<br />Section: 3.3 <br />Title: Decimal Quiz <br />Page: <br />
8. 8. Answers<br />6 point a piece <br />Hundreths<br />Ten thousandths <br />ones <br />Tenths <br />16.07, 16.6, 16.67<br />1.09,1.19,1.9,1.901<br />11.8<br />9.44<br />
9. 9. Answers<br />6 point a piece<br />9. 33.83 x 1.98<br />10.5 ÷ 3.42<br />11<br />3.3<br />5.7<br />31<br />15.4 was Dawn’s total score<br />
10. 10. Mutliplying<br />Decimals<br />
11. 11. Table of Contents<br />Date: 8/29 <br />Section: 3.5<br />Title: Multiplying Decimals <br />Page: <br />
12. 12. Welcome To….<br />
13. 13. Your Mission….<br /> To find out how much each plant will grow in 1 week<br />
14. 14. First Part <br />Multiplying a decimal by a decimal<br />
15. 15. Recipe<br />Write your decimals vertically<br />Multiply your two numbers <br />Add up the decimal places to the right of each number.<br />Answer to step 3 is the amount of places you move your decimal to the left.<br />
16. 16. Multiply, Then place the decimal point. <br />1 decimal place <br /> + 1 decimal place<br />2 decimal places <br />Just Watch<br />Find the product.<br />0.5  0.2<br />0.5<br /><br /> 0.2<br />0.10<br />
17. 17. You Try! <br />a. 12.6 x 2.1 <br />Write your decimals vertically<br />Multiply your two numbers <br /> Add up the decimal places to the right of each number.<br /> Answer to step 3 is the amount of places you move your decimal to the left.<br />
18. 18. Practice makes perfect<br />.3 x .4 <br /> 1.34 x 2.5 <br />d .07 x .8<br />Complete and then help others in your group!<br />
19. 19. Second Part <br />Evaluating<br />
20. 20. What does it mean?<br />Who can find it first…..<br />Ready, Set, Go<br />
21. 21. What Ms. Evan’s found…<br />Add to Own<br />To find the value of a numerical or algebraic expression<br />
22. 22. Steps to Evaluating <br />Substitute value given wherever you see the variable <br />Perform the given operation(s)<br />M = 3 <br />3m <br />3 x m<br />3 x 3<br />=9<br />
23. 23. Evaluate each expression for x =4<br />3 + x <br /> 12 ÷ x <br /> 4x <br /> x-3<br />
24. 24. Now We’re Ready<br />To Help the <br />Heritage Center!<br />
25. 25. In Your groups….<br />Answer the 6 questions<br />When done raise your hand for me to check<br />Put both notes & Classwork in binder<br />Start working on Homework: Worksheet p. 19<br />